From Australia to Paris Lucretia grows

In the last match she was eliminated at the end of the first qualifying round, at the hands of Poland’s Maja Czawalinska. Aside from the somewhat surprising denouement compared to last night’s expectations, it must be said that it is still “Roland Garros” and not just a tournament. That is why, in spite of everything, Lucrezia Stefanini cannot help but be satisfied with how the season has developed. This is the second participation of the season in one of the “Grand Slam” tournaments, after the Australian Open last January, which saw her rise to the main draw (after passing brilliantly in the preliminary rounds).

Examining her performances over the past year, in fact, it becomes clear how the tennis player from Carmignano generally shows a slow but continuous technical growth, net of this last leg accumulated in France: in recent months, for example, she has established herself in two different international competitions. respectively in Corsica and Egypt. And the results have already been seen above all in terms of ranking: the 25-year-old athlete is at 106th in the WTA ranking. He has a success rate of 55.84% for 258 confirmations out of the 462 total matches played in his career. In these steps, it seems that getting into the top 100 tennis players in the world is only a matter of (short) time. Provided you continue to win and pass the highest stages in the world.

“However, I say thanks to Roland Garros: it was obviously not my year, but I’m glad that I had the opportunity to play in Paris – commented the young tennis player – unfortunately I had no luck, at least in terms of results. But defeats come as well as victories.


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